The 17 Best Travel Blogs For Adventurous Men

Generic advice sucks ass. There’s no way around it. You won’t find much of it on this list of the best travel blogs for adventurous men. If you want generic guidance and information, stick with Men’s Health, GQ, and Esquire. Get your travel information from Lonely Planet. Hell, you can even search Google, and you’ll […]

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August 2016: Income Report – Hustling While Crippled

In true Johnny FD-fashion, I’ve decided to post income reports every single month. Initially, I had planned to create goal posts and include income information in the reports. No longer. Results are all that matters. Goals are irrelevant unless you achieve them. So I’m focusing all my energy on results. Consistent effort that offers consistent results […]

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The Two Articles Per Day Challenge

Blogging isn’t easy, especially if you’re trying to produce quality. One good article could take 10-12 hours to write, edit, tweak, format, post, and pimp out on social media. And pimpin’ ain’t easy, either. Just ask around. James gave daily posting a shot and realized how hard it was. He produces quality posts and that […]

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21 Quotes About Travel To Explain Life On The Road

“Yeah, I had three friends break their necks at that beach. Those waves are a hell of a lot of fun.” He chuckled, as my boy and I looked at him gasping. Why would this fuckwad send us to a beach with waves that break people’s necks? The thought kept running through my mind. I […]

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My Experiences With Airbnb Customer Service

I’d been renting on Airbnb for nearly two years. No issues. I was always smart about doing my researching, asking the right questions, and making sure everything was just right before booking. You have to be when you’re renting for stays of over 28 days on Airbnb (you have to pay the first month up […]

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How to Travel With a Yoga Mat

Yoga can be found in cities all around the globe, but it’s not easy to travel with a yoga mat. Yoga mats generally fold or roll up into a large object that would be quite awkward inside your suitcase or backpack. There’s no way around it – if you’re traveling light, then traveling with a […]

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